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    How much is my space marine army worth?

    Looking to sell off my space marine army, just don't have the time to play it, and I was wanting to get an idea of about how much it would be worth. Here's what I have:


    Rhino w/ Razorback upgrade (weapons magnetized)
    Rhino w/ Razorback upgrade (weapons magnetized)
    Rhino w/ Razorback upgrade still on sprue (rhino is assembled, upgrade is only thing on sprue)
    Rhino w/ Razorback upgrade still on sprue (rhino is assembled, upgrade is only thing on sprue)


    Unassembled Land Raider (does not have techmarine - everything else is there)


    3x Tactical squads - 9x bolters, sgt w/ CCW and bolt pistol, these do not have shoulder pads
    1x Tac Squad from AoBR w/ missile launcer and flamer
    1x AoBR captain


    15x magnetized tactical marine bodies - these are from the battle box, and have the shoulders, arms, weapons, etc. still on the sprue
    *2x magnetized power weapon arms
    *1x magnetized power fist arm
    *2x magnetized combi-melta arms




    5x magnetzied assault marine bodies
    *5x magnetized jump packs/CC arms
    *5x un magnetized jump packs/CC arms


    5x scouts w/ weapons (from battle box)


    Everything mentioned above has been assembled (exception - land raider) but hasn't been painted or even primed. In addition to all that I would be throwing in a full AoBR set (minus captain) that is kinda jacked up due to a stripping gone horribly awry. They are still playable, but the pine-sol softened some of the details.


    Any input would be greatly appreciated
    Ryan


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    Here are some pics to give a better idea of what all I have.
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    For used unpainted models, you're generally looking at around half the retail cost. Slightly more for the magnetization work, but less if the models are damaged at all.

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    £'s or $'s?

    I would estimate £150 but I would suggest that you might get more if you sold separately

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    It also Depends on where (or what site) you plan on selling them. Ebay is a great source. Owing to the inflated cost of GW models, even used figures are holding their value reasonably well. If you have a decent Ebay rating, then you might get as much as 70% retail value. On the other hand, magnetized models sometimes go for as much as a boxed set, depending on how well you've trimmed the mold lines. With a little added work, you could advertise your army as "fully ready to paint," meaning you've gone the extra mile and prepped your figures for painting. A professionally prepared model is worth more to the right buyer.

    If you decide to shave down the mold lines, be sure to include close up pictures of the work.
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